After a year of working from home as a result of the 2020 pandemic, Hybrid working came into full play by the end of Q4 2021 in the UK, with the return of people to offices on a flexible basis. This episode is part of a series we have recently started, that explores how hybrid working has impacted several industries in Western Europe. This, the first episode in the series, focuses on its impact on fashion. Today, we will focus on how retailers are responding to this recent change in working patterns, in terms of product assortment and distribution, including a shift to buying clothes online.
As more European luxury brands tap South Korean celebrities as brand ambassadors, this podcast explores the growing influence of South Korean culture in fashion and beauty. The podcast also seeks to distinguish between what European and South Korean consumers look for in the luxury brands they choose and value.
Digital technology has exerted its influence across every aspect of the fashion industry. The world is more accessible to all, but with so many voices and so many channels, consumers are potentially more difficult than ever to engage. Sophisticated…
There’s no doubting that the apparel success story of 2014 was sportswear, and its popularity shows no signs of slowing in 2015. As with every pocket of opportunity in apparel, competition has intensified, and the category’s major players are…
This episode is part of a series we have recently started, that explores how hybrid working has impacted several industries in Western Europe. This is the second episode in the series. We will focus on how retailers in the food and nutrition space are responding to this recent change in working patterns, in terms of retailing, product assortment and distribution.
With the recent announcement from Louis Vuitton on future price increases, Euromonitor explores the future of how we access luxury goods with COCOON founder Ceanne Fernandes -Wong, exploring luxury goods, the circular economy and insights on luxury handbag rental trends.
The global economy faces new headwinds following the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, while the COVID-19 pandemic is not yet over. The war in Ukraine and its resulting sanctions imposed on Russia are projected to cause accelerated energy and commodity prices, further disruptions in global supply chains and reduced business and consumer confidence.
Travel and tourism was poised for an upturn in 2022, as it hoped to put the pandemic behind it. However, new threats have recently emerged that will delay the much-needed recovery.
This blog post comments on the macroeconomic implications of the Ukraine-Russia conflict